Russian Folk Tales. Illustrated by Ivan I. Bilibin. Translated by Robert Chandler. The seven tales, in English, are Ivan Tsarevich, The Grey Wolf, and the Firebird; Sister Alyonushka and Brother Ivanushka; Fenist the Falcon; Marya Morevna; The White Duck, Vasilisa the Beautiful, The Frog Princess. Full color illustrations by Ivan Bilibin (1876-1942), who originally did them for publication at the turn of the 20th century. A prolific and popular artist, his illustrations of Russian folk tales and folklore was inspired by the art and culture of Old Russia.
NY: Shambhala (Random House), 1980. 77 pages. Hardcover, very good in very good dust jacket in a clear protective dust jacket cover. Tears/chips at extremities, price-clipped. No marks or names in book itself. 1 copy only.